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5 Ways Training Can Transform Your Dog’s Life

The same way that our Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital team knows your pet needs nutritious food and preventive care, we know that training and socialization are key components of your dog’s general wellbeing. And, we recognize that training is not only a puppyhood rite of passage or an owner’s obligation, but also an ongoing pet-owner [...]

How In-House Diagnostics Can Benefit Your Pet

Waiting for results from a reference laboratory can be frustrating, but our Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital team offers a wide variety of in-house diagnostics that provide fast answers, so your pet’s treatment is not delayed. Keep reading to learn about our in-house diagnostic capabilities and how they benefit your pet. Our in-house veterinary laboratory benefits [...]

Through the Nose of a Terrier: Sniffing Out Common Pet Toxins

March is Pet Poison Prevention Month, so we want to share a story about a young pup learning about common household toxins from his friend, to bring awareness to this important topic. Follow Colby’s nose as he sniffs out common toxins around his home, and learns from his older housemate, Jack. A toxic adventure Colby [...]

How to Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

Brushing your pet’s teeth is a habit that seems impossible but is actually achievable—dare we say enjoyable—with proper training. In honor of National Pet Dental Health Month, our Twin Maples Veterinary Hospital team provides you with seven steps to toothbrushing success.  #1: Know what proper toothbrushing looks like for pets Before teaching your pet a [...]

Fido, It’s Cold Outside: Cold Safety Tips for Pet Owners

Whether you delight in the cold weather months or prefer to escape to a tropical destination, if you stay in Ohio, you can’t avoid the cold winter weather. But, you can bundle up against the cold, or stay warm and cozy inside, whereas your pet needs you to keep them safe and warm, and to [...]

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